Join this webinar to learn how to leverage NXP i.MX RT1170’s powerful crossover MCU family and Qt cross-platform software development tools to create optimized solutions for rich HMI/GUI. OEMs continue to adopt and implement more graphical user interface (GUI) solutions within the vehicle with low-cost human-machine interface (HMI). Growth in connected vehicles is driving the demand for both enhanced user experiences and convenience features which address the $28B global automotive HMI market (1). It is now essential in today’s automobiles and other mobility solutions to offer passengers added HMI input with interactive applications –that were too expensive to implement in the past. These applications include rear-seat displays; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) controls; seat configurations; and other interactive environments. Learn about: - The relevance of rich HMI/GUI in both automotive and transportation applications - The key features of the i.MX RT1170 family - How i.MX RT1170 MCUs offer high-performance up to 800 MHz, plus its 2D-GPU, MIPI-DSI/CSI, TSN networking, hardware security and additional enablement - About the Qt HMI/Graphic software and experience a demonstration that creates modern UIs and clusters - Insights about how to combine Qt software on i.MX RT1170 for driving lower cost implementation 1. Automotive HMI Market by Technology Global Forecast to 2021 Study Speakers Phil Pesses Sr. Technical Product Marketing Engineer, NXP Semiconductor Phil Pesses is a product marketing professional with almost 20 years of experience with a strong understanding of ADAS systems. He is responsible for the product marketing and go-to-market plans for processors and microcontrollers targeted for the automotive and distribution markets. Phil has a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Yoann Lopes Sr. Technical Product Manager, The Qt Company Yoann has more than ten years of experience working with The Qt Company to help engineers create HMIs for various platforms including embedded, desktop, mobile and connected devices. He is the Product Owner of Qt for MCUs, and is responsible for its vision and roadmap. In his early career stages, he was a graphics software engineer and played an instrumental role advising various users and customers across Europe. Yoann holds a Master's Degree in Embedded Systems Engineering and is based in Paris, France.